English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'entire'

(adjective) 
He had spent his entire life in China as a doctor.
Synonyms
continuous
Residents reported that they heard continuous gunfire.
,
unified
,
unbroken
The ruling party has governed the country for an unbroken thirty years.
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uninterrupted
five years of rapid and uninterrupted growth
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undivided
Adults rarely give the television their undivided attention.
(adjective) 
Definition
made up of or involving all of something, including every detail, part, or aspect
Treatment is more effective if the entire family is involved.
Synonyms
whole
I have now read the whole book.
,
full
Repeat the layers until the terrine is full.
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complete
the complete works of Shakespeare
,
total
The total cost of the project would be more than $240 million.
(adjective) 
He assured me of his entire confidence in me.
Synonyms
absolute
A sick person needs to have absolute trust in a doctor.
, , ,
utter
A look of utter confusion swept across his handsome face.
,
outright
He told me an outright lie.
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thorough
I was a thorough little academic snob.
,
unqualified
The event was an unqualified success.
,
unrestricted
The Commissioner has unrestricted access to all the files.
,
undiminished
,
unmitigated
A senior police officer had called him an unmitigated liar.
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unreserved
Charles displays unreserved admiration for his grandfather.
(adjective) 
No document is entire, and it is often unclear in what order the pieces fit together.
Synonyms
intact
After the explosion, most of the cargo was left intact.
,
whole
I struck the glass with all my might, but it remained whole.
, ,
unmarked
,
unbroken
Against all odds her glasses remained unbroken after the explosion.
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sound
His body was still sound.
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unharmed
The car was a write-off, but everyone escaped unharmed.
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undamaged
,
without a scratch
,
unmarred

Additional synonyms

in the sense of complete
Definition
having all the necessary parts
the complete works of Shakespeare
Synonyms
full-length,
uncut,
unexpurgated,
unshortened,
uncondensed
in the sense of full
Definition
holding as much or as many as possible
Repeat the layers until the terrine is full.
Synonyms
filled,
stocked,
brimming,
gorged,
bursting at the seams,
in the sense of outright
Definition
complete
He told me an outright lie.

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